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Individuals influencing the direction of the restaurant industry

Leadership

Leah Chase, New Orleans’ quiet revolutionary and Queen of Creole Cuisine, dies at 96

The chef at Dooky Chase’s for decades, Chase pushed in her own way for civil rights and an appreciation of the African-American food culture.

Leadership

Mark the calendar: June 25 is Anthony Bourdain Day

Or at least chefs Jose Andres and Eric Ripert are hoping to establish that day of remembrance.

The appointment is part of a realignment of top management at the regional fast-casual brand.

The younger of two brothers who saw an opportunity during the Great Depression, Blake focused on personnel while helping to brainstorm a few quirky operational innovations.

The chef is expected to be arraigned in a Boston court Friday for allegedly groping a woman in 2017.

The 130-unit chain said he left to pursue other opportunities, and no successor has been named.

Hot food and beverage trends, the Show’s Centennial and a look at the future of dining among this year’s highlights.

The longtime Charleston chef popularized Southern foods with his fine-dining restaurants, where grits and pimento cheese were readily found in the kitchen.

Panelists consider how digital innovations will continue to reshape the industry.

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